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Leveraging Your Technology: Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce

Leveraging Your Technology
Wednesday 24 August 20229:00 – 10:00

Mahitahi Colab, NMIT Campus A Block, 322 Hardy Street, Nelson
The decisions you make in your business are only as good as the data you use to make them.

About this event
Leveraging technology is the easiest way for businesses to streamline their processes, increase their efficiency, and ultimately achieve time, mind, and financial freedom. A systemised business is more sustainable, scalable and ultimately saleable. It can operate without a heavy reliance on its owners and can grow without the wheels coming off.

Join us on Wednesday 24 August at 9.00am for our complimentary seminar, Leveraging Your Technology, where you’ll:

• Understand the benefits of systemisation
• Identify inefficient processes and systems in your business
• Recognise opportunities to improve customer experience and profitability
• Determine the information you need to make informed decisions
• Discover the five-step process to build your app stack
After attending this 60-minute presentation, you’ll be able to:
• Create a sustainable, scalable, and ultimately saleable business
• Streamline your processes and systems to minimise risk and improve efficiency
• Improve profitability and the customer experience
• Use technology to access real-time, accurate data for decision-making
• Design and implement your app stack

Health & Safety Reps – Stage 1
Thursday 25 August 202210:00 – 16:30Add to calendar

Mahitahi Colab, NMIT Campus A Block, 322 Hardy Street, Nelson, 7020, New ZealandView map

Presenter: Helen Mason, Health and Safety Trainer and Consultant, Coolspring Consulting


Recently elected or appointed health and safety representatives
Health and safety committee members
Others with and interest in, or responsibility for, workplace health and safety.

This one-day course is an introduction to the role of a Health and Safety Representative under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its regulations. Stage 1 provides Representatives with the foundation knowledge to enable them to exercise their duties and responsibilities as workplace Health and Safety Representatives.


How to effectively perform the responsibilities of a workplace health and safety representative
Understand health and safety legal requirements
Promote the successful management of health and safety issues in good faith
Representatives’ wider roles: network and resources
The formation and importance of Health and Safety Committees


Gain an introduction to workplace health and safety
Understand worker engagement and participation
Use good faith practices
Fulfil the functions of health and safety representatives
Employ effective risk and hazard management
Promote workplace health and safety culture


The ability to act as an effective health and safety representative
Greater worker engagement and participation
A more robust health and safety culture within your organisation

Chamber Members: $450 + GST Non-Members: $550 + GST
This course is approved under the Regional Business Partner Network’s Management Capability Development Fund, eligible businesses may receive funding support of up to 50% of course cost.
Please register your expression of interest and secure a spot, you will be contacted regarding payment and subsidy criteria.
Or for more information contact Trina Zimmerman, Business Development & Training Manager – or 03 548 1363

Presenter Bio:

Helen Mason – Health and Safety Trainer and Consultant, Coolspring Consulting

Helen Mason has extensive health and safety experience, including over 20 years as a health and safety consultant, as well as significant in-house training experience within both the public and private sector. Helen has an Adult Teaching Certificate – Level 5 and is skilled at being able to provide support to organisations at any stage of their health and safety journey – from systems audits, legislation updates and documentation right through to customised in-house training, and on-call support. With a focus on long-term partnerships, Helen regularly works with a wide range of clients from across a variety of sectors throughout New Zealand, including SMEs, large multinational corporates and not-for-profits, to help organisations more effectively manage health and safety in the workplace.

“Helen the facilitator was really good at running the course keeping it simple and making it easy to understand key area of health and safety . She was excellent .”

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